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AHS Subject Guides: How-to For Students: How to use the New York Times Replica Edition

This guide provides information about how to use the technology tools included in classwork.

How to use the New York Times Replica Edition

New York Times Replica Edition

What is it?

An electronic version of the real New York Times that:

  • gives every page of The Times on your computer exactly as it is in print.
  • lets you listen to articles read aloud, save/print PDFs of each page.
  • search all articles for the previous month.
  • You can search back to 1985 in the DATABASE version at News and Newspapers.

 

How do you access the New York Times Replica?

→ Google search “Amity Library”→

(tab) Find Online Stuff→By Database→New York Times Replica Edition

 

How do you navigate the New York Times Replica

  • To open newspaper from home page: Click on newspaper image.
  • To turn pages: Use forward arrows, or flip the top corner.
  • To read an article: Click on it to zoom in.
  • To zoom in even more: Click on the green magnifying glass cross at the bottom.
  • To read a text version of the article: Click on the title of the title.
  • To print an article: From text view, choose to print in text form or original graphic form.
  • To save an article: From text view, choose to print, and choose PDF as your printer.
  • To save an article: From original graphic form, use SAVE icon to download PDF
  • To change the date: Click the CALENDAR at top.
  • To see title of sections and articles: Click Table of Contents at the top.
  • To see what icons do: Click orange Quick User Guide on the upper left.

Amity High School, Amity Region 5 School District, Woodbridge, CT 06525, 203-397-4844 Librarians: Robert F. Musco and Victoria Hulse Copyright 2017